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Archive for October 2014

The Top Fashion Trends for Autumn and Winter, by Marilyn Thompson of The Fashion Class

When it comes to fashion, Autumn/Winter is my favourite season, it just seems, well, easier to dress better whilst wrapped in cosy layers and refreshing your wardrobe is easy, just take your pick from the best of the fabulous new trends.  Shops are already showcasing their new […]

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Two Glasgow Authors shortlisted for Scotland’s Biggest Children’s Book Awards

Scottish Book Trust has announced , that Glasgow-based children’s authors E.B. Colin and Ross Collins have been shortlisted for this year’s Scottish Children’s Book Awards, celebrating the most popular children’s and young adult books by Scottish authors or illustrators. Run by Scottish Book Trust with support from […]

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St Aloysius’ College – Open Day Thursday 13th November

St Aloysius’ College –  A Journey of Discernment  Nestling in Glasgow’s cultural quarter, St Aloysius’ College is set in the centre of an education-focused corner of the city, a stone’s throw from Glasgow School of Art and the Royal Conservatoire. A Catholic school for boys and girls […]

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It’s the little things that make the difference, by Brian Milne

My columns over the last few months have made comment on various issues, such as interest rate rises, the uncertainty over independence and rising house prices. All these big issues will no doubt, regardless of their outcome, filter out to affect all of us in varying degrees. […]

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Mugdock Park – Talk Week

Talk Week – Mountain Rescue in Scotland Tuesday 18 November 1pm – 2pm (followed by tea/coffee/cake) All you ever wanted to know about mountain rescue in Scotland. Come along and enjoy this varied topic which will examine all the key issues such as operational scope, membership, equipment, […]

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Ceilidh for Ben Lomond!

Cottiers Theatre & Bar in Glasgow’s West End is the venue for this latest in a series of events being held by the National Trust for Scotland to raise funds for the ongoing conservation of Ben Lomond. The ceilidh on November 19th will celebrate 30 years of […]

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Dementia Friends to launch in Scotland this Autumn

Around 800,000 people in the UK have dementia. The word dementia describes a set of symptoms which include memory loss, and difficulty with thinking, problem solving and language. These symptoms can sometimes be caused by other things however, so it’s important to get a diagnosis as soon […]

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House for an Art Lover and ART PARK, Glasgow

House for an Art Lover is a truly unique venue, originally designed for a German Design Competition in 1901 by the internationally acclaimed Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The House is situated within the beautiful landscape of Bellahouston Park, ten minutes from Glasgow City Centre, providing visitors with […]

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Glasgow Style finds a warm welcome in West End

Where better to find the finest in Scottish art than the West End of the city? By Distinction Art, a spacious and selective gallery on Byres Road, has just celebrated its first year here. Director Bruce Finnie says his choice of painters, sculptors and designer jewellery has […]

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Major Artistic Supplier drawn to Glasgow with a Massive New Store

As one of the most creative cities in the UK, Glasgow is a natural home for Cass Art which will open a new 6,000 square feet store on Queen Street in October 2014. The company, a major supplier of artistic resources and products, established its first shop […]

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